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Responding to protracted crises – the NMPACT model Sara Pantuliano 25th September 2008 Aid in protracted crises Protracted crises: persistent nature of emergency and protracted instability Inadequacy of traditional humanitarian approaches Role of aid in conflict

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Aid in protracted crises

  • Protracted crises: persistent nature of emergency and protracted instability
  • Inadequacy of traditional humanitarian approaches
  • Role of aid in conflict
  • Review of assessment models and programming and monitoring systems
  • Political analysis as overriding priority
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‘Political humanitarianism’

A politically informed humanitarian (and development) action requires:

  • Political economy analysis linked to livelihoods analysis (power/vulnerability)
  • Historical analysis
  • Understanding of the identity discourse
  • Examination of perceptions/concerns/ fears of excluded groups
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The NMPACT model -1

  • Ethical framework (principles of engagement)
    • Do ‘least’ harm
    • Learn about/address needs and disparities (equity focus)
    • Local ownership (Partners’ Fora)
    • Protection of human rights and sources of livelihoods
  • Joint political analysis, learning & advocacy
  • Dedicated co-ordination structure
  • Cross-line focus
  • Flexibility (adapt responses to emerging realities)
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Contact:

Sara Pantuliano (s.pantuliano@odi.org.uk)

www.odi.org.uk/hpg